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story? citi can help you write it. >>> the evidence shows that jason scott with a spree of terror in prince georges county. >> convicted. a suspected serial killer will never return to area streets. his crime spree so violent and widespread an entire county is breathing easier tonight. good evening, everyone. yim has the night off tonight. jason scott found guilty in federal court in greenbelt today. the conviction means that one of the most dangerous criminals the washington area has ever seen will be locked up for life. the u.s. attorney's office linked jason scott with more than 50 burglaries, 9 armed home invasions, armed carjacking and the production of child pornography and still awaits trial on the murders of a mother and daughter in prince georges county. melissa? >> reporter: well, good evening. prosecutors call him dangerous, methodical. a career criminal who's, yes, facing double murder charges in the murder of a mother and her daughter. at this point he's not stood trial on the charges but will spend the rest of his life behind bars. this is the happiest day rose smith
ceiling crisis. for more on its possible impact we're joined by the daily show's senior economist jason jones. jason, thanks for joining us. ( cheers and applause ) . jason, if the experts are to be believed, inaction on the debt ceiling and deficit reduction would be catastrophic. but the negotiations have thus far seemingly brought out the worst in our political and pundit class. >> that's right. and if the conversation continues this way, we could very well hit the national bull (beep) ceiling. >> jon: that would be catastrophic. >> that's right. as you know, jon, the national bull (beep) ceiling or to put it in layman's terms the amount of bull (beep) people are actually willing to take has been freezing up. >> jon: where are we with the bull (beep) ceiling right now? >> right now americans have pretty much had it up to about here with this bull (beep). by the end of this month it seems likely we'll have had it up to here. bull wooepwise. the last time i checked we don't have pooh-gills. >> jon: what would the ramification of that be? >> historically the balance in our country coun
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football. >> thank you chris. it's time for a quick break already. jason worth starting to prove his worth. highlights from the west coast coming up.  >>> welcome back to the washington area nissan dealers sports extra. >> welcome back. the nationals and orioles are playing teams from los angeles this week. but only one team was smart or should i say lucky in their scheduling. home at baltimore, the orioles suffered through 100 plus degree temperatures. out west, a full 72 for the nationals. jamie johnson's nats playing in their 100th game looking to get back to .500 against the dodgers. first inning, michael moore sends one to deep right. back, back, it won't leave the park. instead it's off the wall. danny scores. the nats take a 1-0 lead. the very next batter, jason worth is starting to get his bat back. ryan zimmerman, you can come down, too. the nats go up 3-0. right now they lead 6-2 in the 3rd. >>> brad ferguson and the orioles looking to bounce back after last night's loss to the orioles. ferguson gets into a little trouble. trouble's name, vernon wells, his
, we have jason porth. >> good morning, supervisors. my name is james tracy. usually when we come in front of each other like this, it is usually run partisan politics, different issues that we're debating of the day. i believe that the number one thing that any commissioner can do is to put aside these things and just basically obey the law. there is the city charter. federal civil rights law. there is a host of other laws that we have to obey. and we have to balance the needs of a very changing the city that is very, very complex geographically. we do not have as many ethnic enclaves that are unbroken as we did even 10 years ago and 10 years before that. so there will be a lot of challenges before us, basically, you have to be able to put aside your own ideological beliefs and find out exactly what will be the conditions that can give every single san franciscan, no matter where they live, an equal chance at voicing their will. i participated heavily in the census effort of getting out the word. we assembled a team of people that came from the most conservative -- evangelical ch
't even have to come to work to do it. >>> no kidding! my discussion with jason kidd on the nba dallas mavericks about the business of basketball. "the wall street journal report" begins right now. >> this is america's number one financial news program, "the wall street journal report." now maria bartiromo. >> here is a look at what is making news as we head into a new week on wall street. a warning about america's debt from two key rating agencies. both moody's and standard & poors threaten to downgrade the rating of america's bonds if congress does not raise the debt ceiling and address the deficit. that would mean america would have to pay more to issue bonds and borrow money, which would in turn raise the deficit each further. talks to raise that ceiling continued today. >>> the bears ran on monday on wall street, the marketing falling sharply on european debt concerns. this time the focus is italy. but then the markets rebounded later on in the week. federal reserve chairman ben bernanke testified before congress this week and left the door open for more intervention by the federa
with these guys right here face to face. joey logano, jason leffler, talking about their longevity in this sport. >>> and it's expected to be the highest grossing movie in summer. film critic jay gray takes on "transformers" in 60 seconds. >>> larry crown, film critic gray drake joining us now from los angeles. gray, being very patriotic, happy fourth. let's talk about this transformers iii, much anticipated, already there's a whole lot of talk about records being broken, let's take a peek first. >> just for now, i'm going to ask, where were you when they took over the planet? >> it's over, i'm sorry, but it's over. >> incoming! >> you may lose your faith in us, but never in yourselves. >> okay, i was about to have a heart attack just watching that. that's a whole lot of energy coming your way. was this your cup of tea? did you like this? >> here's the thing, this movie helped me understand rihanna's relationship with chris brown, because i loved it on some level, but it beat the crap out of me. it is a serious pummeling on the eyes and ears. i wanted to call and report michael bay for assault a
. why the nfl may grant him that right. >>> how jason marquis did his >>> an invasive northern fish head was found south of annapolis. biologists from the smithsonian were conducting a routine survey when they stumbled on to a 23-inch mature female. there are worries, because snakeheads are prolific predators that can crowd out other species. snakeheads are native to china. a pond in maryland was intentionally poisoned to get rid of them when they invaded the area a few years ago. >> the effort to eradicate them by poisoning the pond. >> maybe it didn't work. >> didn't quite make it. >> what else can we talk about because the scorchingly unbearable heat. >> the heat, the humidity, every time we get it here, we get dramatic temperatures over 100 degrees, nothing compared to what they're seeing in the west right now. you know it's on the hot side, we're also starting to see some relief in the form of showers across parts of the area. not everyone's seeing this rain, could you see the rain coming in along the potomac from arlington county, right on down through the alexandria area also on t
, no problem. here comes jason worth, roger bernadinna. communication, people. here comes another run, and he is safe at the plate. 3-2 kubz. at that point, davy johnson. what in the world of wild, wild sports is going on. cubs make it 4-2 and jason worth comes up throwing, and pudge rodriguez and he meet at the dish. they tie it up at the 4th. watch the quick hands of danny espinosa. jason worth, still a tie game, going to steal third in the bottom of the 10th. so you say that's a good move because there's only one out. carlos getting wild in the wild pitch but worth comes in with the winning run. nats win again at home 5-4. about that come-back. >> the thing i like the most is we gave it two runs back to back and that should never happen. it should have gone to nine, and guys bounced back and we won the ball game so it was a big team victory. >> meanwhile, good news tonight on the farm, we've got movement for harper promoted from double a harrisburg and he made a good first impression. there he is taking the field for the first time in double a ball playing left field for harrisburg. on the
kcbs/money watch reporter jason brooks. the kincaids live here. across the street, the padillas. ben and his family live here, too. ben's a re/max agent, and he's a big part of this community. there are lots of reasons why re/max agents average more sales than other agents. experience, certainly. but maybe it's also because they care about the markets they serve and the neighbors who rely on them. nobody sells more real estate than re/max. [ woman ] sam begged and pleaded... so i sent him to camp. we'd earned lots of points with our new citi thankyou card... and i put them to good use. he told me about his bunkmates, and how he signs up for every activity. ♪ he even hangs out with the camp director. just like that. [ male announcer ] the new citi thankyou premier card gives you more ways to earn points. what's your story? citi can help you write it. this morning... here now is jason brooks with kcbs and cbs moneywatch dot com. debt is pretty much the focus of the marketâu-s and europeâi'll chat about that and hit the numbersâ.will be a tighter hit jason brooks from kcbs and cbs
and committed. >> supervisor kim: we have chris isaacson, michael nolte, ivan vera, davliid lewis, and jason smart. mr. whittaker, we have a list of speakers ahead. >> i am jamie whittaker -- >> supervisor kim: i am sorry, i [inaudible] >> good afternoon. i am chris isaacson. i know gil spurloin as a neighbor. he will weigh competing interests. what is important that there is an neighborhood representative. i am in favor of more entered him in, not less. they can help with collaboration and i have seen him do that and some of the other issues we have been dealing with for our neighborhood. i urge you to support his nomination. thank you. >> supervisor kim: thank you. >> hello, supervisors. i am a small business owner, small-business advocate and someone who promotes events in the city. i am here in very strong support of glendon hyde for the commission seat. in the past year and a half, events i have done have raised over $20 million and that pales in comparison to the numbers that glendon hyde has raised. when i grow up i would like to be like anna conda and serve the community through nigh
. for more on its possible impact we're joined by jason jones. thanks so much for joining us. ( cheers and applause ) jason, if the experts are to be believed inaction on the debt ceiling and deficit reduction would be catastrophic but the negotiations have thus far seemingly brought out the worst in our political and pundit class. >> that's right. if the conversation continues this way, we could very well hit the national bullshit ceiling. >> jon: well, that would be catastrophic. >> that's right. as you know, jon, the national bullshit or to put it in layman's terms the amount of bullshit people are actually willing to take has been slowly creeping up. >> jon: where are now with the bullshit right now? >> americans have had it up to about here with this bullshit. but by the end of next month it seems likely we'll have had it up to here. bullshitwise. and the last time i checked we don't have pooh-gills. >> jon: what would the ramification of that be? >> as you know historically the balance in our country has always been money talks and bullshit walks. but this recent surge has so blo
is a short time, but eternity is forever. >> in a state of calm we're flowing together like liquid. >> jason richardson is also facing the death penalty for another murder that made headlines. >> i've been here for four or five months now studying tai chi. gets my energy flowing, flowing in the right direction for all of the channels. >> a jury found richardson guilty of robbing a local home depot store and murdering the manager, a former marine who left behind a wife and young twins. at the time, richardson was on parole for a prior domestic violence conviction. >> well, considering i didn't kill anyone, it's a hard pill to swallow, a real hard pill to swallow. >> been to prison, done a lot of things wrong in my life. made a lot of mistakes. don't do robberies, don't kill people. >> richardson's criminal history includes domestic violence, bank fraud and two rape convictioned, all of which, he says, were involved in an abusive upbringing in a riddled home. >> i just was pretty much taught to function on a violent criminal, basically volatile level. >> while all 12 of richardson's jurors agr
the finish line. 20-year-old joey logano and 35-year-old jason leffler. logano scored a huge win already this weekend last night finishing first at last night's nationwide series race at daytona. right behind leffler, who came in second? recently i spoke face to face with leffler and logano. before we talked, leffler took me around the charlotte motor speedway to give me a feel for what it's like. oh, yeah. that was an incredible ride there, the charlotte motor speedway. well, after the speed, we actually put on the brakes at the nascar hall of fame. and there jason leffler and joey logano told me face to face, getting to this level is hard but staying there, even tougher. >> it's easy -- it never crossed my mind, anything else. i'm sure jason is the same way. i think a race car driver is probably a different type of athlete than a basketball player. >> in what way? >> this is a different type of sport. you're driving a race car. it's a lot different. you're not on your feet. it's a mental sport. it's probably more mental than it is physical, in my eyes. but you've got to know what you'r
, sometimes 200 times, laps. as demanding as the sport, number 38, jason leffler tells me face-to-face that he isn't interested in slowing down at all. >> might be a day when i move back to indiana and go dirt track racing full time and call it my retirement. but i'm going to drive for a listening, long time. >> and i believe it. next leffler and fellow nascar driver joey logano talk about their careers, and if they want their children to follow in their footsteps on the track. >>> hello. i'm pfc jeffreys from iraq, and i'd like to say happy fourth of july to my mommy and my daddy, the jeffreys family, and my beautiful daughter in grand prairie, texas. i love you guys, and have a great fourth of july. >>> a marine corps officer badly wounded by a sniper's bullet in iraq is now dedicating his professional life to helping other troops returning from the war. justin constantine was shot through the head and survived. instead of retiring, he actively lobbies for warriors rights on capitol hill. and he runs a charity for veterans, iraq and i talked to him right here yesterday. >> i was sh
, 2003, their 19-year-old son jason, a healthy, strapping college sophomore, was found unresponsive in his dorm room, the victim of a drug overdose. >> when i walked into the emergency room that was the first time i had ever learned anything about his drug use. there was a combination of vicodin, oxycontin, and xanax in his system when he died. >> jason didn't have to venture the mean streets to procure his stash. for him and countless others like him there was a push right at home lurking within his own computer. >> the internet we characterize as the 21st century drug dealer. >> today's internet as pharmaceutical candy store for kids. >> joseph runs the national center for addiction and substance abuse at columbia university. >> kids go on the internet. they can bang in vicodin without a prescription, buy oxycontin without a prescription. all they need as credit card and a click of a mouse and they can order it. it's that easy. >> it's that easy. >> i'm going to type in affordable xanax. let's see. what do we get? you get a price list. xanax. order 30 pills, 25 mg, $43.97. okay. l
quarterback, jason campbell says he is my guy. that's the deal with the raiders. on to other matters. >> you did not ask me that question. he did not ask that question out here today. does anybody not know who the starting quarterback is of the raiders? are you kidding me? jason campbell. he is the starting quarterback of the raiders. period. >> i am with you, coach. tennis. serena williams tonight serving an ace here against maria. she did have to work for a little bit. had to take a medical break to attend to her ankle. she gets the winner. see wins it. too set up a quarter final match tomorrow night at 8:00. serena williams should be a good match-up in palo alto tomorrow. to golf. we got the senior u.s. open. how good is this? boom! right in the cup. that's a great shot for eagle. 1 more. the leader, brown. here he is. why is he the leader of this event? because of shots like that. how about that one? he leads the tournament 7 under par. tiger woods tweeted that after 11 weeks due to injury he will be playing next week at the bridge stone invitational, a tournament he won 7 times in his c
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. jason wortyson werth, two-run he his first home run since 28th of june. jason michaels, walk-off. the nationals lose 3-2, and they lose two games out of 3. >>> camden yards, red sox- ellsbury with two mers. boston beat baltimore, 4-0 and takes it two games out of three from the orioles. >>> victor martinez, racing around third. here comes the throw. will they get him? martinez activates the tag with f the week. t that as a move he learned in little league, the play of the day. >>> tiger woods has fired his longtime caddy, stevie williams. tiger did not say when he would return to golf. his caddy released a statement he is shocked. he said given the circumstances working through the scandal, w coach, his new swing, he is disappointed to end this successful partnerships. >>> the mystics it played out against atlanta, and a big night, p 33 points, atlanta beat shington, 86-79. it has been a tough season for the mystics. out, thekins are locked wizards are locked out, the mystics are losing, the are time good woman: saving for our child's college fund was getting expens
inner caveman. >> no cavemen here. jason zweig is the author of "your money your brain." has the world become tool complicated for the way our brain perceives risk and reward in terms of money? >> i think it may well have. i think one thing that's vets important for consumers and investors to bear in mind as they confront a world in which financial news is coming at us 24 hours a day, seven days a week nonstop is the key question really is, do i need to react to this. because your natural instinct is to react to everything, to freak out about just about everything. because your brain is a reactive mechanism, and that's one of the protective aspects of the human brain is it's built to respond. and one of the keys, i think, to financial success in a complicated information overload world is to ask yourself, do i need to react. and the answer more often than not will be no. >> well, there's this joke on wall street, sanjay, don't just do something, stand there, because we like to think we make logical decisions but sometimes we don't. >> the and it's funny if you sort of like look at the
tomorrow morning, but our guest tonight says newscorp stock is still his top pick. joining us now? jason bazinet, media analyst at citigroup. hi, jason, nice to you have with us. >> thank you so much. >> susie: let's start right off with that stock. it's been down sharply since the scandal broke. and you said in a citi report that news corporate is quote too compelling to ignore. tell us why you are so bullish on the stock? >> well, there are a couple of reasons the stock is down some of. one is several weeks ago people expected news corporate to consolidate all of bskyb and now that is not happening. it disappoint investors. and second you have this broadening scandal. but when we look at the numbers news corp. is trade being 10 times forward earnings. and parently they have about 12 billion of cash on the balance. if you make that adjustment and remove the cash from the market capitalization they are trading closer to 6.5 times earnings. that's too compelling to ignore. >> what about some of the other issues that are on the worry list for investors and we listed some of them on the scr
up the middle off jason marquis. the nats' defense trying to control damage, danny espinoza looking on. matt kemp is too quick and jesus flores drops the ball. dodgers take a 2-1 lead and win 3-1. they're off tomorrow, back in d.c. to face the marlins tuesday. davey johnson, chad billingsley, what do you have? >> we should have busted in that 1st inning. i mean we didn't put the ball in play after they slid nobody out and that hurts and then he pitched a heck of a ballgame. we swung and missed a lot today, but it was a good ballgame. i thought we were going to bust open 1st inning. we had the right guys up. evidently mr. billingsley had other things in mind. >>> buck showalter and the orioles looking to take the rubber match from the angels this afternoon, top of the 4, up 2-0. there's one off the glove of derrek lee. ken dre scores. top of the 6, adam jones at the dish. a two-run shot. o's get to within a run. still that way in the 8th but then the angels blow it open. mike trout blasts his first career home run, three-run home run and the angels take down the orioles 9-3. >>> when
, up and away >> later on sunday morning the stories behind the songs of jimmy webb. >> jason bateman is a film and tv actor who is getting a double dose of exposure these days. what goes with that is a grilling this morning from our own mo rocca. >> jason bateman is on a roll with star turns in two summer movies. >> i wish i had your life. >> i wish i had your life. >> he's been acting since he was a kid with a 30-year career that's had more ups than downs and a lifetime of hollywood stories. >> he's never done a sex scene. >> um, well, mo, i'm uncomfortable talking about that. god, you're going to pull that, aren't you? that's going to be the little tease on this thing. >> jason bateman tells some later on "sunday morning." >> bene, vidi vici -- i came, i saw, i conquered claimed julius caesar. this man makes no claim to conquering, but he sees. bill geist will show us. >> maine is vacationland, filled with unique roadside attractions, none more so than wayne murphy's live chainsaw art show. we'll meet the father of chainsaw art, although we may not hear him, later on "sunday mornin
. >> jason richardson is also facing the death penalty for another murder that made headlines. >> studying for four or five months now, helps me get my inner energy flowing, my direction through positive channels. >> a jury found richardson guilty of robbing a local home depot store and murdering the manager, a former marine who left behind a wife and young twins. at the time, richardson was on parole for a domestic violence conviction. >> well, considering i didn't kill anyone, it's a hard pill to swallow, real hard pill to swallow. been to prison, done a lot of things wrong in my life, made a lot of mistakes, don't do robberies, don't kill people. >> richardson's include rape victims, all, he says, was the result of an abusive upbringing in a drug-riddled home. >> i was pretty much taught to function on a violent, criminal, basically volatile level. >> while all 12 of richardson's jurors believed he was guilty of the home depot murder, 9 voted for the death penalty. it means he'll stay to orange county before a new jury can be reconvened to see if he'll be kwiblgted of life in prison or
nascar driver jason leffler take to the track. i talk to them about their careers. what's this option? that's new. personal pricing now on brakes. tell us what you want to pay. we do our best to make that work. deal! my money. my choice. my meineke. >>> the greek government is out of the fire but for now, not out of trouble. lawmakers this week pushed through a very unpopular bailout measure. one that keeps the country running for the short term. the law raised taxes, raised the retirement age and cut pay for public workers. crowds. furious greek people swarmed government buildings during the debate and the vote and clashed with riot police. >>> on to canada, the royal visit. britain's prince william and katherine are in montreal today. day three of the first official trip abroad as man and wife. they are coming to the united states afterwards. >>> and as long as we're talking about royal couples, prince albert of monaco is now a married man. he and south african born charlene wittstock were legally married yesterday during a civil ceremony but held a religious service today in monte
at the plate. harper -- .250 for the senators. that is wrapping it up from here in ashburn. jason will join us and we'll go over what the trades and acquisitions mean and if they're good. a lot of people are saying the washington redskins have not made enough moves. we'll do that and jason will join me and lindsay muffy tonight at 10 and 11. live from ashburn, virginia, brian, back to you. >> and we'll see you guys then. now you have the news edge. the news is all on we're back here at 10. the news edge at 11. as all, see you then.  so, what are we going to do with this? i don't know. the usual? [ blower whirring ] sometimes it pays to switch things up. my - what, my hair? no. car insurance. i switched to progressive and they gave me discounts for the time i spent with my old company. saved a bunch. that's a reason to switch. big savings -- it's a good look for you. [ blower whirring ] [blower stops] the safety was off. out there with a better way. now, that's progressive.
in aa ball, named the brewers' 2010 minor league player of the year. jason marquee has been dealt to the diamondbacks. in return washington will receive minor league prospect zach walters. the team will save almost $3 million by trading away hairston jr. and marquee. but we are told the nats may not be done dealing before tomorrow's 4:00 trade deadline. so stay tuned. >>> highlights, last night nats hosting the mets. wong making his first start in two years, after shoulder surgery. he got himself in an early jam. bases loaded. lines it into left. justin turner comes around to skir. wong four earned runs in the inning. top four, 4-0 mets. ronny will just drop this ball into shallow right center. jason work can't come up with it. the throw at the plate. check this out. bang! nails him at home. don't try to run on ankiel. what a play. nats struggled with runners on base all night. bottom of the eighth. bases loaded. ryan zimmerman, catches him swinging with a checked swing. 8-5 to the mets, who have won six straight. interestingly enough, starting pitcher they dealt away was supposed
quarterback hasn't been the most stable position since rich left, new head coach made it clear that jason campbell is his guy. >> as far as quarterback concern, you have one? >> say that one more time. you did not ask me that question. he did not ask that question out here today. does anybody not know who the starting quarterback is of the raiders? doesn't he wear number eight and jason campbell? he is the starting quarterback of the raiders, period. >> as for the big moves around the league, reggie bush is a dolphin. former bengals wide receiver, chad ochocinco. top five, carlos beltran may have struggled at the plate tonight, but he did flash. he won three gold gloves during his career. and number four, opening round, usc you are open. second eagle of the day. he has a two-stroke lead. number three, bank of the west classic, serena williams in three sets. she will play maria scherr sharipova in the finals. the throw from the outfield. and at number one, opening day, exgame 17. steve mccann doing his evil kanevil. he would win the gold medal in the bmx big air. i don't know, remember
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